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How to Compete for Millenial Tech Talent

How to Compete for Millenial Tech Talent
By Mok Lee Lee (IHRP-SP) | ASSOCIATE CONSULTANT/HCDT ASSESSOR, IHRP

Tech talent is a pool of talent highly sought after for their skills to drive growth and innovation in technology companies. Such talent is also highly valuable to non-technology organisations as they can help drive the necessary technology and digitalisation transformation journey to help organisations stay ahead of the curve.

Very often such talents are hard to find and hiring organisations are competing on a global scale from the limited tech talent pool. In addition, tech talent commonly share the same DNA of entrepreneurship and innovative spirit. Hiring organisations thus are not only competing against one another but also competing with the tech talent themselves who may aspire to be start-up founders!

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About the Author
Lee Lee Mok is a highly experienced HR practitioner and a certified Senior HR Professional conferred by the Institute of HR Professionals (IHRP), with over 20 years of strategic HR and business partnering experience across various sectors and countries in APAC, MEA and Europe. Her current work includes helping companies to assess human capital capabilities, consulting and mentorship to support local companies, especially start-ups and small and medium enterprises. Lee Lee Mok graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) with a BA Hons in Economics and Accounting.